Anomaly desires to be on the vanguard of thought leadership in this space, and has formed a Board of Advisors comprised of select individuals who bring a wide range of experience, knowledge and perspective in the areas of life skills training and professional development.
While some advisory boards are merely ornamental, Anomaly’s Board of Advisors is actively engaged in the growth of the organization and are committed to aiding in the strategic development and overall mission.
Together we can make an impact in the lives of athletes at all levels, helping them find success such that they can positively impact themselves, their families and their communities.
A former Division I athlete and U.S. Army veteran, Luke established Anomaly to help raise the life skills development levels of current and future athletes based on working with his sports law clients.
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A former communications executive with the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers and the Greater Columbus Sports Commission, Bruce’s passion for enabling athletes to realize their full identity goes far beyond playing sports.
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Anomaly Advisory Board
Clark C. Kellogg receives national notoriety for his work as the lead college basketball studio analyst for CBS Sports. For over two decades he has served as both a game and studio analyst for the network’s coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships.
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A longtime advocate of athlete development off the court, especially for girls and women, Katie Smith was enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (Springfield, Mass.) in September 2018 and inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (Knoxville, Tenn.) in June 2018.
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Joey Galloway joined ESPN for the start of the 2011 college football season as an analyst and currently works in studio with fellow analyst Jesse Palmer each Saturday in fall. Previously, he was a game analyst with play-by-play commentator Beth Mowins and reporter Paul Carcaterra.
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Stephanie Hightower is a Council Member for the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), the world-governing body for track and field, and former USA Track & Field (USATF) President and Board Chair.
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During a span of 25 years Dell has served as the Associate Commissioner of Legislation and Governance at the Mid American Conference, Assistant Commissioner for Compliance at the Western Athletic Conference, and Director of Compliance and Enforcement at the Southwestern Athletic Conference.
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Recently completing her 11th season in the WNBA, Renee Montgomery is a two-time WNBA Champion and current
member of the Atlanta Dream. During the offseason, she has been an in-studio analyst/host for NBA TV, ESPN, and Fox Sports South.
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Bob has a proven track record representing publicly-traded and large privately-held companies in federal securities, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate law issues.
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A former Division I collegiate athlete and coach, Amy brings a dignified and measured aggressiveness and competitive nature to her legal practice. Amy has expertise in resolving contract disputes, business torts, investigations, products liability, employment, and labor matters. What sets Amy apart from other trial attorneys are the skills she garnered from her experiences in the athletic world.
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James “Satch” Sullinger is a retired educator and high school basketball coach from Columbus City Schools. He received several Ohio Coach of the Year Awards and was named Naismith National High School Coach of Year in 2010.
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